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A special segment that shall include a conversation with Ukranian Colonel Kovalenko who will discuss the war in Ukraine and also discuss what the current situation is and answer some of the questions about the war and the current support being offered by the United States and Europe. This is going to be a great show that you will not want to miss so join us for a special episode of Continue Mission!

Colonel Hennadiy KOVALENKO is currently serving as a staff officer at the Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT) HQ, Norfolk, Virginia.

He graduated from the Kharkiv Air Force Military Institute (1996), and the National Defence Academy of Ukraine (2005). He completed the Joint Command and General Staff Course at the Baltic Defence College (2004), as well as graduated from the Royal College of Defence Studies (2014, UK).

In 2015, Colonel Kovalenko achieved his MA in International Security and Strategy at King’s College London, and completed his scholarship at the George C. Marshall European centre for Security Studies (2018). Since July 2020, he has been accomplishing his Professional Doctorate Programme at the Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK.

Colonel Kovalenko has been serving in various positions in the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine (Head of NATO and the EU Section, Plans and Policy Department) as well as in the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (Head of Bilateral Cooperation Directorate, Head of Cooperation with Security Organisations Directorate, etc.).

From the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian armed conflict, he deployed at the operation area in different capacities, in addition, he was responsible for coordinating international support and assistance within the framework of the Multinational Joint Commission of Military Cooperation and Defence Reform (MJC).

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